Prime Minister of Haiti

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Prime Minister of the
Republic of Haiti
Premier ministre du
République d'Haïti
Flag of Haiti.svg
Coat of arms of Haiti.svg
Incumbent
Florence Duperval Guillaume
Acting

since 20 December 2014
Style Excellency
Member of Council of Ministers
Appointer Michel Martelly,
as President of Haiti
Inaugural holder Martial Célestin
Formation 9 February 1988
Website [1]
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Haiti
Constitution
Political parties

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Haiti is the head of government of Haiti. The Haitian Prime Minister is appointed by the President and ratified by the National Assembly. He or she appoints the Ministers and Secretaries of State and goes before the National Assembly to obtain a vote of confidence for his declaration of general policy. The Prime Minister enforces the laws and, along with the President, is responsible for national defense. In addition, the Prime Minister oversees the National Commission on Government Procurement (CNMP), a decentralized body.[1]

List of Prime Ministers of Haiti (1988–present)[edit]

Political party

      Independent       RDNP       Lavalas Political Organization       MIDH       Fanmi Lavalas       Lespwa       Repons Peyizan

# Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Took office Left office Political Party Legislature
(Election)
President
(Term)
1 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Martial Célestin
(1913–2011)
9 February 1988 20 June 1988 Independent I (1988) Leslie Manigat
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(1988)
Office abolished from 1988 to 1991
2 Rene Preval.jpg René Préval
(born in 1943)
13 February 1991 11 October 1991
(deposed by a coup)
Lavalas Political Organization II (1991) Jean-Bertrand Aristide
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(1991)
3 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Jean-Jacques Honorat
(1931–2013)
11 October 1991 19 June 1992 Independent Joseph Nérette
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(1991–1992)
4 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Marc Bazin
(1932–2010)
19 June 1992 30 August 1993 MIDH Marc Bazin
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(1992–1993)
5 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Robert Malval
(born in 1943)
30 August 1993 8 November 1994 Independent III (1993) Émile Jonassaint
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(1993–1994)
6 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Smarck Michel
(1937–2012)
8 November 1994 7 November 1995 Lavalas Political Organization Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Clinton&Aristide-2.jpg
(1994–1996)
7 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Claudette Werleigh
(born in 1946)
7 November 1995 27 February 1996 Lavalas Political Organization IV (1995)
8 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Rosny Smarth
(born in 1940)
27 February 1996 20 October 1997 Lavalas Political Organization René Préval
Rene Preval.jpg
(1996–2001)
Vacant from 1997 to 1999
9 Jacques-Édouard Alexis.jpg Jacques-Édouard Alexis
(born in 1947)
26 March 1999 2 March 2001 Fanmi Lavalas V (1997)
10 Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Jean Marie Chérestal
(born in 1947)
2 March 2001 15 March 2002 Fanmi Lavalas VI (2000) Jean-Bertrand Aristide
Clinton&Aristide-2.jpg
(2001–2004)
11 K. A. Paul with Neptune.JPG Yvon Neptune
(born in 1946)
15 March 2002 12 March 2004
(deposed by a coup)
Fanmi Lavalas
12 Latortue.jpg Gérard Latortue
(born in 1934)
12 March 2004 9 June 2006 Independent Boniface Alexandre
Boniface Alexandre.jpg
(2004–2006)
(9) Jacques-Édouard Alexis.jpg Jacques-Édouard Alexis
(born in 1947)
9 June 2006 5 September 2008 Lespwa VII (2006) René Préval
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(2006–2011)
13 Michèle Pierre-Louis-2009 (2).jpg Michèle Pierre-Louis
(born in 1947)
5 September 2008 11 November 2009 Independent
14 Jen-Max Bellerive.jpg Jean-Max Bellerive
(born in 1958)
11 November 2009 18 October 2011 Lespwa
15 Garry Conille 2012.jpg Garry Conille
(born in 1966)
18 October 2011 16 May 2012 Independent VII (2011) Michel Martelly
Michel Martelly on April 20, 2011.jpg
(2011– )
16 Laurent Lamothe in 2012.jpg Laurent Lamothe
(born in 1972)
16 May 2012 20 December 2014 Independent
Coat of arms of Haiti.svg Florence Duperval Guillaume
Acting
20 December 2014 present Independent

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